SAABblog: Visitor from Sweden…

Today we have a visit from Stockholm. I have just picked up my guest at Frankfurt Airport. There is much to tell from the Saab world. Saabblog.net has released this day. News about our cult brand will follow later.

Text: tom@saabblog.net

6 thoughts on "SAABblog: Visitor from Sweden…"

  • And that's why I even look at “I. Lindström”. Unfortunately, the brand from Gothenburg has been dominating lately, or more and more German vehicles.

    • Well Wolfgang clear. But that's why the good Sweden Crime does not see? The thrillers are in any case content better than many German production. Speaking of thrillers: In some English thrillers (I believe in Inspector Barnaby?) Saab (Saab 900 I, 93, 95) have also been seen. As I said, it depends on the shooting time of the crime story.

  • I am always happy when I see the thrillers about Kurt Wallander, because there Commissioner Wallander and many of his colleagues in their official vehicles (at least when the films were filmed) drive a Saab.

  • A wise comment - that about the Swedish government is unfortunately true. Nobody knows why German cars are used here….

    In the future, however, not only small vehicles should be produced - 9-5 and larger is actually mandatory at SAAB.

    Greetings from Schleswig-Holstein

    • That's true. it seems to me that the americans want to ride big sledges.
      But SAAB was successful because the design was so unique, 96,900. what do you think of this sketch
      I think it's a good idea:
      look under ...
      Asheraft's sketchbook
      Aerosabre 2

  • Hello dear friend ! nice greetings from Japan!
    I am very happy to read that the Saabists from all over the world managed to save the museum and the last 9-3. hopefully the former workers in trollhouses are so lucky.
    We are almost all raised with this brand and know exactly how great a Saab drive.
    I hope Saab chooses a small car, big cars like the 9-5 are already enough. It should be economical because the petrol has already become a luxury, the young people are enthusiastic about cars again.
    Apparently, no one in the Swedish government drives a Saab otherwise they would have made more effort to rescue the company.
    Sayonara
    Richard

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